Blu-ray Review: The Odd Angry Shot

This very much feels like the Australian version of M*A*S*H spending more time in the camp with guys goofing around then actually out in the jungle fighting. »»

DVD Review: Battle Circus

Battle Circus should be recognized as the daddy of M*A*S*H*. »»

DVD Review: Hazel (The Complete Second Season)

Finally seeing this show in color is a revelation since Hazel is not a black and white character. »»

Dragnet 1968: Season 2 - DVD Review

Dragnet 1968: Season 2 stands up to the Age of Aquarius with its do what feels right attitude. »»

Taxi: The Final Season - DVD Review

The lack of a real finale episode should be received as good news after all the overdrawn schmaltz that accompanies a majority of sitcom goodbyes. »»

Cannon: Season Two, Volume One - DVD Review

Of all the ’70s sleuths, Cannon always came off as the kind of guy you’d end up hiring in a pinch. Don’t mistake his bulky physique as a sign of laziness. He’s willing to scrap and take a bullet. Conrad is much more action oriented than his time as the Fatman on Jake and the Fatman. Cannon: Season Two, Volume One is a further testament to his greatness. »»

M*A*S*H comes to Blu-ray Disc in July

Robert Altman's M*A*S*H, often cited as one of the best satires in film history, was ranked as the 7th funniest movie of all-time by the AFI, and stars Donald Sutherland, Elliott Gould, Tom Skerritt, Sally Kellerman, and Robert Duvall. Based off Ring Lardner, Jr.'s novel, MASH: A Novel About Three Army Doctors, the Oscar-winning film was adapted into the popular television series of the same name, which ran for 251 episodes from 1972 to '83. Kiss my hot lips on July 14th. »»

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